Cassian Baliarsingh

A controversial question in a Pakistan University on ‘brother and sister making love’ has left the internet shocked and sparked outrage. Social media users slammed the University for preparing such outrageous questions and sending a bad message to the society.

The question paper, which is now going viral, asked the students about their views on brothers and sisters making love. The question went viral after a social media user shared it on Twitter and pointed out how disgusting it was.

Several students slammed the ‘vulgar question’ from Islamabad-based COMSATS University.

The question is to write an essay on the following topic.

“Julie and Mark are brother and sister. They are travelling together in France on summer vacation from college. One night, they are staying alone in a cabin near the beach. They decide that it would be interesting and fun if they tried making love.”

“At the very least, it would be a new experience for each of them. Julie was already taking birth control pills, and Mark uses a condom too, just to be safe. They both enjoy making love, but they decide never to do it again. They keep that night as a special secret which makes them feel even closer to each other.”

“What do you think about that? Was it ok for them to make love? Give reasons of your answers and include some relevant examples from your own knowledge and personal opinion. You should write at least 300 words.”

Twitter user Mishi Khan shared the question paper and wrote, “Stop dusting the filth under the carpet to protect the culprits. Is it enough for fire that moron who asked such a filthy question? Don’t the higher ups in the University know what’s going on? Or is the #comsatsuniversity owned by the teacher? Stop this nonsense rant #COMSATS.”

Since being shared on Twitter, the post has garnered over 85.7K views with several comments slamming the university and demanding the immediate suspension of the teacher.

“Absolutely disgusting and unacceptable,” commented many users.

“The set of questions is approved by a board of teachers. How come any of the other teachers notice it,” questioned another user.

“Not only COMSATS, many other universities are filled with such filthy people and are epitome of immoral activities,” commented a third user.

Meanwhile, COMSATS University issued a clarification and apologized for the same.

“The COMSATS University has always taken academic integrity very seriously. A visiting faculty hired temporarily for a semester, used inappropriate and unethical content in a quiz. Being not in a line with the values and norms of any educational institution, the CUI acted as per rules and regulations, by sacking the visiting faculty and blacklisting him from any future employment," the varsity said.